Alasdair Gold has revealed that half a dozen young players could leave Tottenham on loan during the January transfer window in his latest piece for Football.London.

Over the last few weeks, there has been plenty of speculation over Bryan Gil’s future, with the likes of Sevilla, Valencia Real Sociedad, Cadiz and Mallorca all thought to be interested in snapping up the winger on loan (Estadio Deportivo).

Meanwhile, Pape Matar Sarr, who is yet to see a single minute of action for Conte’s men, is also expected to be loaned out, with Sevilla (El Chiringuito TV via Sport Witness) and Serie A club Salernitana (Gazzetta dello Sport) credited with an interest in the international.

Gold has now revealed that the aforementioned duo could be loaned out along with Japhet Tanganga, who was given the nod to start against Brentford on Boxing Day ahead of Davinson Sanchez.

The journalist added that Djed Spence could also potentially complete a temporary move away from Spurs while academy youngsters Alfie Devine and Harvey White could follow suit since they both need first-team minutes under their belt.

Harvey White

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Gil, Sarr, Devine and White look nailed on to leave the club on loan next month. However, I would not be surprised if Conte decides to hold on to Tanganga until the end of the season. Spence’s future will likely depend on whether the club are able to push through a deal for Pedro Porro.

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